WOMEN'S SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS REMAIN HIGHLY UNDER-RECOGNIZED... BUT NOT TODAY!
Learn more about womenâ€™s recognition in STEM.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Recognize a woman in STEM who is a Smart Woman Doing Cool Stuff while raising money to support AWIS research and advocacy that will affect positive change for equitable recognition and opportunities for women in the STEM workforce.
Be a champion for women in STEM by celebrating the
accomplishments of a friend, colleague, or yourself.
HOW IT'S DONe
- STEP ONE: Make a tax-deductible donation in one of two ways:
- Recognize her achievement: make a tax-deductible donation to recognize her and support important AWIS research and advocacy to drive equitable practices in STEM workplaces.
- Help her lead: give her a membership to AWIS (tax-deductible). Membership helps her increase and refine her skill sets and expand her knowledge. She will open a door to a higher level of opportunity: building a network of professionals and constructing a path toward her goals according to what she wants to accomplish.
- STEP TWO: After your donation has been submitted, you will receive an email that contains a link to a simple form to provide more information about your nominee. This form includes the opportunity to upload a photo if desired.
- Each nominee will receive:
- A social media banner and digital badge to post on social media pages to identify them as someone who was recognized.
- A chance to be featured in a special edition of the AWIS Washington Wire.
- An individual membership in AWIS (if selected by the nominator).
- STEP THREE: You and your nominee will then receive an email with a link to download digital recognition items that can be shared on websites and via social media.
Individuals being recognized will receive their social media banner and digital badge once the nominator's donation has been processed. For individuals receiving a gift membership, their membership will begin the day the donation is processed. Donations can be made without nominating an individual. All donations are tax-deductible.